July 2012 News
- Samek Art Gallery: 'Dusk to Dusk' brings haunting beauty
"Dusk to Dusk," a chilling assemblage of contemporary works that examines the world through a dark lens, will be on view from Aug. 20 through Dec. 21, in the Samek Art Gallery at Bucknell.
- Navigating the college search
Helping students learn the process to find the best possible fit was the focus of a daylong workshop at Bucknell recently.
- Bucknell faculty honored at ASEE conference
Several members of the Bucknell University faculty were recognized at the annual American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) conference in San Antonio recently.
- The vestiges of apartheid
While taking a course in South Africa, students witness vast economic disparity, participate in community development.
- Bucknell, Geisinger study could aid in early detection of autism, OCD
A study at Bucknell offers insight into the spectrum of neurodevelopmental and neuropsychiatric disorders and may lead to better early intervention and treatment.
- Bucknell Magazine: The Politics of Race
Assistant Professor of Political Science Atiya Kai Stokes-Brown discusses why politicians need to better understand the Latino community.
- Fixing the blight
Student intern Harrison Mills, Class of ’14, is mapping blighted housing and social services in an effort to revitalize Sunbury, Pa.